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Zoo pursues most endangered species

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FARGO — The Red River Zoo has plans to bring the most endangered species in the world to Fargo.

The zoo is working on a project to obtain Amur leopards and Amur tigers. Only about 30 Amur leopards are left in the wild.

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A conservation organization asked the Red River Zoo to take on these endangered species because of the zoo’s breeding success with other cold-climate species.

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